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Samsung execs quizzed over government corruption scandal

BBC News Monday, 9 January 2017
Samsung execs quizzed over government corruption scandalSenior Samsung execs are questioned over the corruption scandal around the country's impeached president.
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News video: South Korea won't arrest Samsung heir apparent in corruption scandal

South Korea won't arrest Samsung heir apparent in corruption scandal 00:35

Samsung's vice chairman should sleep a little easier tonight. According to Reuters the Seoul Central District Court in South Korea on Thursday rejected a request to issue an arrest warrant for Jay Y. Lee, the acting head of Samsung Group. This comes from a connection to a political scandal in the...

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